MSNBC host Ali Velshi returned to a sold-out house at Asia Society Texas Center to discuss the weaponization of culture amid the rise of identity politics.
Summer 2019 at Asia Society Texas Center will feature five weeks of ExploreAsia summer camps and three weeks of the Young Leaders Institute for high school students.
Lunar New Year festivities included a special puppetry performance; a Family Day of arts and crafts, dances, demonstrations, and more; and free games, activities, and performances at The Galleria.
In the second installment of the 2018-2019 Bank of America Women’s Leadership Series, Asia Society Texas Center welcomed four women executives from Houston’s vibrant energy industry to discuss the importance of STEM education on February 7.
Asia Society Texas Center marked 40 years of U.S.-China relations with a panel discussion featuring Neil Bush, David Firestein, and Charles Foster in conversation with Bob Harvey.
Two weekends of Lunar New Year celebrations, plus MSNBC Anchor Ali Velshi's return and the final weeks of "Ayomi Yoshida" exhibition.
This fall, Asia Society Texas Center is pleased to partner with the producers of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) to present the return of JLF@Houston on September 13–14, 2019.
In an evening filled with stories and laughter, comedian and actor Aasif Mandvi shared what it was like to grow up in an Indian Muslim immigrant family and how he found himself becoming an early, prominent voice for Indians and Muslims in the American mainstream media.
Asia Society Texas Center is offering Houstonians a special gift this holiday season: FREE exhibition admission throughout the entire month of December.
The Who’s Who of Houston’s international scene gathered to kick off fundraising on November 8 for the 2019 Tiger Ball, which will celebrate Asia Society’s 40th anniversary in Houston and will pay homage to founding board member Barbara Bush.

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